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LSU Wants To Raise Ticket Prices

 

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If you attend LSU football and baseball games, you’ll probably pay more for your tickets next season. It will likely cost more to park, too.
The Associated Press reports Director of Athletics Joe Alleva wants to set ticket prices for home football games by date and opponent. This would likely mean tickets for games against SEC opponents like Alabama & Ole’ Miss will be priced higher than tickets for non – conference games. Alleva says football season ticket prices would increase by 6 percent. The proposal would also increase fees for RV parking and related services for 51% of patrons.
The proposal will be brought before the LSU Board of Supervisors at its Friday, October 25th meeting.

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